Paharpur Buddhist Monastery a site which was used to be affluent Buddhist center for learning & teaching center is amusing site to feel the heritage & cultural bond of Bangladesh. Being there, you can spend the day with movements of Bangladeshi's who will roaming around if you r a foreigner. this is one of the most well preserve archaeological site of Bangladesh.
According to the history: During the Pala dynastic it was built by Dharma Pala. after the fall of Pala Dentistry & Hindu peoples who used it as there temple Before it was burned by the Muslim invaders. there are 177 monks cells where they used to pray. & you can see sup's as well inside the monastery. the museum is one of the well maintain & nice museum where you can see terracotta art, stchues of Buddhist & Muslims as well.
The site is open from 9 to 5 but the museum is closed Sunday & Monday half day.
from Bogra, you can take local buses to Badalgasi union & take a rickshaw to visit the site.
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